Poll shows: Poles ‘dissatisfied’ with public healthcare
A total of 74% of Poles are unhappy with the level of public healthcare in the country, according to a new poll by CBOS.
The figure rose by six percentage points since 2014. The CBOS poll found that 23% of those surveyed are satisfied with the quality of Poland’s healthcare.
Three percent of those polled did not have an opinion on the matter.
Past CBOS polls show that since 2001, Poles have consistently been mostly dissatisfied by the country’s public healthcare.